Gear up for the weekend by catching up on all the streaming news that you may have missed during the work week! As always, we’re your source for the latest and most important cord cutting news. Check out our weekly recap below to get up-to-date again, and then give us a follow on Twitter and a like on Facebook to keep up with everything as it happens.
- Here’s everything that’s changing on Netflix in November.
- YouTube’s rumored commercial-free option is now a reality. It’s called YouTube Red, and costs $9.99 per month.
- Verizon Fios and Comcast are both cracking down on Kodi users who stream content illegally.
- You can now order the new Apple TV.
- 33.6 million people watched Yahoo’s live stream of the Bills-Jaguars game in London last weekend. Yahoo and the NFL call that a huge success, but not everyone agrees with their assessment.
- FOX (and by extension, FOX Sports GO) dropped the ball during Game 1 of the World Series.
- Over at Yahoo/Business Insider, Jay Yarrow examines a few of ESPN’s crucial business mistakes.
- Comcast locked cord cutters out of this week’s Republican debate.
- The Washington Post examines which cities could be next to get Google Fiber.
- T-Mobile may soon allow users to stream Netflix and HBO without it counting toward their data plan.
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